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Jay Z and Solange Knowles‘ elevator clash last week nearly broke the Internets, and fans are still speculating as to what went on that night at the Met Gala in New York. Saturday Night Live couldn’t resist getting in on the joke, and spoofed the tussle in a skit last night.
Saturday Night Live writer Leslie Jones appeared on the program’s popular “Weekend Update” segment with host Colin Jost, unleashing a joke referencing slavery that upset some viewers. Ebony.com editor Jamilah Lemieux took aim at Jones’ jokes on Twitter, prompting the standup comedienne to lash back on the social media network as well.
Pharrell is soaking up all his remaining live performances before he joins The Voice this fall and he did his new NBC home a solid by performing his Academy Award-nominated hit, “Happy” on Saturday Night Live last night.
For anyone who has ever watched Jeopardy and experienced the shell shock PTSD of 10th grade history class, SNL has created a skit just for you.
March is halfway over and Pharrell Williams’ winning streak only continues. The “Happy” singer/rapper/designer is slated to be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on April 5.
Kendrick Lamar was in NYC for Super Bowl weekend, so he slid through Saturday Night Live to perform with Imagine Dragons. As a surprised guest, the Compton rapper hit the stage for a rendition of their “Radioactive (Remix).”
Drake hosting Saturday Night Live included double duty with him performing a pair of songs during each of his musical sets. The YMCMB rapper kicked renditions of “Started From The Bottom,” “Trophies,” “Hold On We’re Going Home” and “From Time.”
Drake held down hosting and performing duties on Saturday Night Live last night. The former Degrassi: The Next Generation actor looked comfortable as he played a variety of characters throughout the night.
If you didn’t know, Drake is doing double duty as the host and musical guest of Saturday Night Live this weekend. New promo video have dropped featuring the YMCMB rappers and SNL cast members Bobby Moynihan and Jay Pharoah.
The color blindness over in Saturday Night Live’s dressing room has finally been met with a solution.
Drake‘s old acting chops are once again going to come in handy. The Toronto will rapper will host and be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live in January.
NBC’s longstanding sketch comedy institution, Saturday Night Live, has been quite thin on the racial diversity front. After the exit of three key players, six were added with not one person of color and only one woman. Perhaps realizing their earlier folly, SNL producers recently held a secret audition featuring nothing but Black comediennes.